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Farm Academy Live

a CILC Content Provider

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Farm Academy Live provides students with the opportunity to experience firsthand agricultural processing methods through interactive video conferencing. It is built to meet Common Core State Standards k-5 and makes information accessible and understandable for auditory, visual and kinesthetic learners. The programs offered are interactive, innovative and engaging.

2015-2016

2014-2015

 

Programs by Farm Academy Live

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Milk: From the Dairy to your Door (FREE)

Through pictures and videos this interactive video conference introduces students to dairy operations and milk processing methods. This program...

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Cotton: From the Field to your Family (Free)

Through pictures and videos this interactive video conference introduces students to cotton processing methods. This program connects the student’s...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Education: Elementary

Contact

Eileen De Raadt   farmacademy@plantfoundation.org
870 Greenfield Ave.
Hanford CA 93230
5595843557
United States

https://farmacademy.tv/farm-academy-live/

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Farm Academy Live cover:

Industrial Technology
Social Studies/History
Career Education
Economics/Business
Family & Consumer Science
Language Arts/English
Mathematics
Sciences
Literacy
Reading
Problem Solving
Best Practice
Collaboration
Agriculture

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"This program was excellent. The Journey of Milk contained information that K-5 grades could understand and participate. The hands on material examples provided visuals that further engaged students. The presenter was well informed and encouraged student participation." -Gwynne Fleener & Beth Crabb, Idaho Distance Education Academy, Grades K-5

"The inner city children we serve and their parents learned so much about milk, dairy products and the entire cycle of milk production."-Marie Caliendo, Giggles Theater, Grades K-5

"As our town is agriculturally based, the content was very relative to many of the students whose families farm or ranch or run dairies. The other students learned more about an animal and the care that goes into it, as well as the production of our food."-Amy Barnes & Jan Hardisty, Farwell Elementary, Third Grade